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  1. Isn’t it ridiculous that you don’t have the right to wear those colors, and that you might even be arrested if you do so in the wrong place at the wrong time? That sounds insane to me.

  2. This is a related story. Before moving on to club swimming, I coached high school swimming for a few years. Both of our warm-ups were red. I had a few extras and wore one around the house because it was so comfortable. I went grocery shopping in that warmup in an area I don’t usually visit, and the looks I received convinced me that this was not the place to be wearing red.

  3. Sure, the produce boys are tough, but they’re nothing compared to the hommies who run the strange aisle where greeting cards, string, batteries, and birdseed are sold.

  4. Anyone who still wears a bandana at this stage is a ding dong, in my opinion. Yeah, it is better than wearing no mask at all, but it has been shown to be ineffective.

  5. Cali is where I grew up. In 1990, my family and I took a cross-country trip. I was 20 years old at the time.
    While traveling through the southern United States and the Midwest, I was asked three questions:

    You’re from the Golden State, right? Do you have a lot of money?
    You’re from the Golden State, right? Have you ever had the opportunity to see a movie star?

    And the most often asked question was, “Are you in a gang?”

  6. Do Crips and Bloods really dress in red and blue?

    I’m shocked this is considered offensive in any way. He’s clearly kidding when he says he’ll wear a blue bandana and she’ll wear a red one. Hey, I had a brief chuckle.

  7. My siblings and I used to walk 1.5 miles every day when we were in elementary school. The school would send letters home to my parents, depending on which gang was in control at the time, asking us what colors we could not wear to school.

  8. My siblings and I used to walk 1.5 miles every day when we were in elementary school. The school would send letters home to my parents, depending on which gang was in control at the time, asking us what colors we could not wear to school.

    This was in the late 1980s/early 1990s in Salem, Oregon.

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